How's Your Soul? Why Everything That Matters Starts With the Inside You
The health of our soul - the deepest part of ourselves - is often overlooked or overruled by the busyness of everyday life. In this book Judah Smith explores the needs of the inner person, and offers insights on how...
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The health of our soul - the deepest part of ourselves - is often overlooked or overruled by the busyness of everyday life. In this book Judah Smith explores the needs of the inner person, and offers insights on how to cultivate a healthy soul-life in the midst of daily pressures.
Judah Smith, New York Times bestselling author of Jesus Is ______, explores what it looks like to cultivate a healthy soul in the midst of a busy life and points readers to the soul's only true home and place of rest and fulfillment: God.
"How's your soul?" Instead of a perfunctory "How are you?" Judah Smith asks people this surprising question, because he knows that the health of the soul-the deepest part of ourselves-is overlooked in the busyness of everyday life. But the truth is, all the things people most desire in life-stability, peace, hope, love-are rooted in the health of their souls, and they need an intentional daily journey to manage it well.
In How's Your Soul?, Judah explores the various facets and needs of the inner person, showing readers how to cultivate healthy souls and leading them to the discovery that ultimately their souls are only fully home-in a state of internal wellness, fulfillment, and completeness-when they look to God, trust God, and rest in God.
JUDAH SMITH and his wife, Chelsea, are the lead pastors of the City Church in Seattle, Washington. Judah is a well-known speaker at conferences and churches around the world. His humorous yet poignant messages demystify the Bible and show people who Jesus is in their everyday life. Prior to assuming the lead pastorate in 2009, Judah led the youth ministry of The City Church for ten years with a passion to take the reality of God to this generation. When he was 18, Judah announced the gospel to his entire school cafeteria at one of the largest high schools in Washington. Since then, he has He has authored several books and is a popular voice on Twitter (@judahsmith).